Farming of the future is on display this week in Green County. The Plain View Stock Farms near Albany is hosting the annual Wisconsin Farm Technology Days.
An estimated sixty-thousand people are expected to stroll the grounds looking into the future and wishing they could afford to buy all the work saving devices on display.
Organizer Ted Fahey says a small city is taking shape on the northern edge of Albany. Eighty tents and six buildings will house all things farming. Of course, there will be food.
Fahey says there's something for everyone even if you're not a farmer. Some of the equipment is so huge it's a show in itself.
The show opens Tuesday and runs through Thursday.